The Resource Second language acquisition, edited by Lourdes Ortega

Second language acquisition, edited by Lourdes Ortega

Label
Second language acquisition
Title
Second language acquisition
Statement of responsibility
edited by Lourdes Ortega
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
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DLC
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
P118.2
LC item number
.S423 2011
Literary form
non fiction
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Ortega, Lourdes
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Critical concepts in linguistics.
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  • Second language acquisition
  • Language and languages
  • Language and languages
  • Second language acquisition
Label
Second language acquisition, edited by Lourdes Ortega
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Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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volume
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nc
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Content category
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txt
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Contents
  • Jacquelyn Schachter.
  • Interaction, acculturation, and the acquisition of communicative competence : a case study of an adult
  • Richard W. Schmidt.
  • Psychological constraints on the teachability of languages
  • Manfred Pienemann.
  • A descriptive model of discourse in the corrective treatment of learners' errors
  • Craig Chaudron.
  • Communicative competence : some roles of comprehensible input and comprehensible output in its development
  • Merrill Swan
  • pt. 2. Theoretical foundations.
  • v. 1.
  • Theoretical bases of communicative approaches to second language teaching and testing
  • Michael Canale and Merrill Swain.
  • The least a second language acquisition theory needs to explain
  • Michael H. Long.
  • The logical problem of foreign language learning
  • Robert Bley-Vroman.
  • Evidence for multicompetence
  • Vivian J. Cook
  • pt. 3. Methodological foundations.
  • Defining and measuring SLA
  • Foundations of second language acquisition.
  • John Norris and Lourdes Ortega
  • pt. 1. Historical foundations.
  • The significance of learner's errors
  • S.P. Corder.
  • Interlanguage
  • Larry Selinker.
  • An error in error analysis
  • The empirical evidence for the influence of the L1 in interlanguage
  • Eric Kellerman.
  • Theoretical and methodological issues in the investigation of conceptual transfer
  • Scott Jarvis
  • pt. 6. Environment and cognition.
  • Developing basic conversational ability in a second language : a case study of an adult learner of Portuguese
  • Richard W. Schmidt and Sylvia Nagem Frota.
  • The role of the linguistic environment in second language acquisition
  • Michael H. Long
  • pt. 7. Variability.
  • v. 2.
  • Choosing and using communication tasks for second language instruction and research
  • Teresa Pica, Ruth Kanagy and Joseph Falodun.
  • Variability in second language development from a dynamic systems perspective
  • Marjolijn Verspoor, Wander Lowie and Marijn van Dijk
  • pt. 8.Fossilization.
  • Fossilization : five central issues
  • Zhaohong Han
  • pt. 9. Socio-psychological factors.
  • What can we learn from the good language learner?
  • H.H. Stern.
  • Main themes in second language acquisition.
  • Individual differences in second language acquisition
  • Lily Wong Fillmore.
  • The L2 motivational self system
  • Zoltán Dörnyei
  • pt. 4. Age.
  • Critical period effects in second language learning : the influence of maturational state on the acquisition of English as a second language
  • Jacqueline S. Johnson and Elissa L. Newport.
  • Reexamining the critical period hypothesis : a case study of successful adult SLA in a naturalistic environment
  • Georgette Ioup ... [et al.]
  • pt. 5. Crosslinguistic influences.
  • Margaret Thomas.
  • The acquisition of the syntax of negation in French and German : contrasting first and second language development
  • Jürgen M. Meisel
  • pt. 11. The disputed roles of transfer and impairment in the initial state.
  • Gradual development of L2 phrase structure
  • Anne Vainikka and Martha Young-Scholten.
  • The strong continuity hypothesis : some evidence concerning functional categories in adult L2 acquisition
  • Samuel D. Epstein, Suzanne Flynn and Gita Martohardjono.
  • L2 cognitive states and the full transfer/full access model
  • Bonnie D. Schwartz and Rex A. Sprouse
  • v. 3.
  • pt. 12. Ultimate attainment in the final/steady state.
  • Case and tense in the 'fossilized' steady state
  • Donna Lardiere.
  • Missing surface inflection or impairment in second language acquisition? Evidence from tense and agreement
  • Philippe Prévost and Lydia White.
  • Revisiting wh-movement : the availability of an uninterpretable [wh] feature in interlanguage grammars
  • Roger Hawkins ----
  • pt. 13. Interfaces.
  • Incomplete acquisition as a feature of bilingual and L2 grammars
  • Silvina Montrul.
  • Formal linguistic approaches to language acquisition.
  • Syntax-semantics in English-French interlanguage : advancing understanding of second language epistemology
  • Laurent Dekydtspotter, Bruce Anderson and Rex A. Sprouse.
  • Theoretical and developmental issues in the syntax of subjects : evidence from near-native Italian
  • Adriana Belletti, Elisa Bennati and Antonella Sorace
  • pt. 14. Processing accounts of universal grammar.
  • How native-like is non-native language processing?
  • Harald Clahsen and Claudia Felser.
  • The syntax of quantification in SLA : an emergentist approach
  • William O'Grady
  • pt. 10. Difference and access.
  • The availability of universal grammar to adult and child learners : a study of the acquisition of German word order
  • Harald Clahsen and Pieter Muysken.
  • The "pro-drop" parameter in adult second language acquisition
  • Lydia White.
  • Universal grammar and the interpretation of reflexives in a second language
  • Nick C. Ellis.
  • Second-language learning and changes in the brain
  • Lee Osterhout ... [et al.]
  • pt. 16. Attention, consciousness, and awareness.
  • Attending to form and content in the input : an experiment in consciousness
  • Bill VanPatten.
  • Attention in cognitive science and second language acquisition
  • Russell S. Tomlin and Victor Villa.
  • Generalizability and automaticity of second language learning under implicit, incidental, enhanced, and instructed conditions
  • Peter Robinson.
  • v. 4.
  • Attention and awareness in SLA
  • Ronald P. Leow and Melissa A. Bowles
  • pt. 17. Individual differences across cognitive abilities.
  • Twenty-five years of research on foreign language aptitude
  • John B. Carroll.
  • Language aptitude measures in streaming, matching students with methods, and diagnosis of learning problems
  • Marjorie Bingham Wesche.
  • Cluster analysis and the identification of learner types
  • The relationship between native and foreign language learning ability : educational and linguistic factors
  • Peter Skehan.
  • Cognition in second language acquisition.
  • L2 working memory capacity and L2 reading skill
  • Michael Harrington and Mark Sawyer.
  • Individual differences in working memory
  • Noticing of interactional feedback, and L2 development
  • Alison Mackey ... [et al.]
  • pt. 15. Foundational themes.
  • The role of consciousness in second language learning
  • Richard W. Schmidt.
  • Measuring implicit and explicit knowledge of a second language : a psychometric study
  • Rod Ellis.
  • Frequency effects in language processing : a review with implications for theories of implicit and explicit language acquisition
  • Second language discourse : a Vygotskyan perspective
  • William Frawley and James P. Lantolf.
  • Same task, different activities : analysis of an SLA task from an activity theory perspective
  • Peter Coughlan and Patricia A. Duff.
  • Languaging, agency and collaboration in advanced second language proficiency
  • Merrill Swain
  • pt. 20. Conversation analysis for SLA.
  • The discursive accomplishment of normality : on 'lingua franca' English and conversation analysis
  • Alan Firth.
  • Developmental issues in second language conversation
  • v. 5.
  • Catherine E. Brouwer and Johannes Wagner
  • pt. 21. Sociocultural educational perspectives.
  • Social identity, investment, and language learning
  • Bonny Norton Peirce.
  • Multiple discourses, multiple identities : investment and agency in second-language learning among Chinese adolescent immigrant students
  • Sandra Lee McKay and Sau-Ling Cynthia Wong.
  • Pop culture and ESL students : intertextuality, identity, and participation in classroom discussions
  • Patrica A. Duff.
  • From the "good kids" to the "worst" : representations of English language learners across educational settings
  • Linda Harklau.
  • Social dimensions of L2 learning.
  • The role of learner subjectivity in second language sociolinguistic competency : western women learning Japanese
  • Meryl Siegal.
  • Alice doesn't live here anymore : foreign language learning and identity reconstruction
  • Celeste Kinginger.
  • Artifacts and cultures-of-use in intercultural communication
  • Steven L. Thorne
  • pt. 18. Theoretical contributions.
  • On discourse, communication, and (some) fundamental concepts in SLA research
  • Alan Firth and Johannes Wagner.
  • A reality check for SLA theories
  • Shikaripur N. Sridhar
  • pt. 19. Vygotskian sociocultural theory of mind and L2 learning.
  • Jessica Williams
  • pt. 23. Types of instruction.
  • Input processing and second language acquisition : a role for instruction
  • Bill VanPattern and Teresa Cadierno.
  • Grammar and task-based methodology
  • Lester Loschky and Robert Bley-Vroman.
  • Beyond explicit rule learning : automatizing second language morphosyntax
  • Robert M. Dekeyser.
  • Recasts as feedback to language learners
  • Howard Nicholas, Patsy M. Lightbrown and Nina Spada.
  • v. 6.
  • Focus on form : theory, research, and practice
  • Michael H. Long and Peter Robinson.
  • Does type of instruction make a difference? Substantive findings from a meta-analytic review
  • John M. Norris and Lourdes Ortega
  • pt. 24. Optimal L2 instruction.
  • Principles of instructed language learning
  • Rod Ellis.
  • Second language accent and pronunciation teaching : a research-based approach
  • Tracey M. Derwing and Murray J. Munro.
  • Instructed second language vocabulary learning : the fault in the 'default hypothesis'
  • Second language acquisition and instruction.
  • Batia Laufer.
  • The role of instruction in learning second language pragmatics
  • Gabriele Kasper and Kenneth R. Rose
  • pt. 22. Classroom processes.
  • Differences in the communicative orientation of L2 classrooms
  • Maria Fröhlich, Nina Spada and Patrick Allen.
  • Corrective feedback and learner uptake : negotiation of form in communicative classrooms
  • Roy Lister and Leila Ranta.
  • Learner-generated attention to form
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
6 volumes
Isbn
9780415450232
Isbn Type
(v. 3 : alk. paper)
Lccn
2010019235
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other control number
99944745443
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (OCoLC)612963897
  • (OCoLC)ocn612963897
Label
Second language acquisition, edited by Lourdes Ortega
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Jacquelyn Schachter.
  • Interaction, acculturation, and the acquisition of communicative competence : a case study of an adult
  • Richard W. Schmidt.
  • Psychological constraints on the teachability of languages
  • Manfred Pienemann.
  • A descriptive model of discourse in the corrective treatment of learners' errors
  • Craig Chaudron.
  • Communicative competence : some roles of comprehensible input and comprehensible output in its development
  • Merrill Swan
  • pt. 2. Theoretical foundations.
  • v. 1.
  • Theoretical bases of communicative approaches to second language teaching and testing
  • Michael Canale and Merrill Swain.
  • The least a second language acquisition theory needs to explain
  • Michael H. Long.
  • The logical problem of foreign language learning
  • Robert Bley-Vroman.
  • Evidence for multicompetence
  • Vivian J. Cook
  • pt. 3. Methodological foundations.
  • Defining and measuring SLA
  • Foundations of second language acquisition.
  • John Norris and Lourdes Ortega
  • pt. 1. Historical foundations.
  • The significance of learner's errors
  • S.P. Corder.
  • Interlanguage
  • Larry Selinker.
  • An error in error analysis
  • The empirical evidence for the influence of the L1 in interlanguage
  • Eric Kellerman.
  • Theoretical and methodological issues in the investigation of conceptual transfer
  • Scott Jarvis
  • pt. 6. Environment and cognition.
  • Developing basic conversational ability in a second language : a case study of an adult learner of Portuguese
  • Richard W. Schmidt and Sylvia Nagem Frota.
  • The role of the linguistic environment in second language acquisition
  • Michael H. Long
  • pt. 7. Variability.
  • v. 2.
  • Choosing and using communication tasks for second language instruction and research
  • Teresa Pica, Ruth Kanagy and Joseph Falodun.
  • Variability in second language development from a dynamic systems perspective
  • Marjolijn Verspoor, Wander Lowie and Marijn van Dijk
  • pt. 8.Fossilization.
  • Fossilization : five central issues
  • Zhaohong Han
  • pt. 9. Socio-psychological factors.
  • What can we learn from the good language learner?
  • H.H. Stern.
  • Main themes in second language acquisition.
  • Individual differences in second language acquisition
  • Lily Wong Fillmore.
  • The L2 motivational self system
  • Zoltán Dörnyei
  • pt. 4. Age.
  • Critical period effects in second language learning : the influence of maturational state on the acquisition of English as a second language
  • Jacqueline S. Johnson and Elissa L. Newport.
  • Reexamining the critical period hypothesis : a case study of successful adult SLA in a naturalistic environment
  • Georgette Ioup ... [et al.]
  • pt. 5. Crosslinguistic influences.
  • Margaret Thomas.
  • The acquisition of the syntax of negation in French and German : contrasting first and second language development
  • Jürgen M. Meisel
  • pt. 11. The disputed roles of transfer and impairment in the initial state.
  • Gradual development of L2 phrase structure
  • Anne Vainikka and Martha Young-Scholten.
  • The strong continuity hypothesis : some evidence concerning functional categories in adult L2 acquisition
  • Samuel D. Epstein, Suzanne Flynn and Gita Martohardjono.
  • L2 cognitive states and the full transfer/full access model
  • Bonnie D. Schwartz and Rex A. Sprouse
  • v. 3.
  • pt. 12. Ultimate attainment in the final/steady state.
  • Case and tense in the 'fossilized' steady state
  • Donna Lardiere.
  • Missing surface inflection or impairment in second language acquisition? Evidence from tense and agreement
  • Philippe Prévost and Lydia White.
  • Revisiting wh-movement : the availability of an uninterpretable [wh] feature in interlanguage grammars
  • Roger Hawkins ----
  • pt. 13. Interfaces.
  • Incomplete acquisition as a feature of bilingual and L2 grammars
  • Silvina Montrul.
  • Formal linguistic approaches to language acquisition.
  • Syntax-semantics in English-French interlanguage : advancing understanding of second language epistemology
  • Laurent Dekydtspotter, Bruce Anderson and Rex A. Sprouse.
  • Theoretical and developmental issues in the syntax of subjects : evidence from near-native Italian
  • Adriana Belletti, Elisa Bennati and Antonella Sorace
  • pt. 14. Processing accounts of universal grammar.
  • How native-like is non-native language processing?
  • Harald Clahsen and Claudia Felser.
  • The syntax of quantification in SLA : an emergentist approach
  • William O'Grady
  • pt. 10. Difference and access.
  • The availability of universal grammar to adult and child learners : a study of the acquisition of German word order
  • Harald Clahsen and Pieter Muysken.
  • The "pro-drop" parameter in adult second language acquisition
  • Lydia White.
  • Universal grammar and the interpretation of reflexives in a second language
  • Nick C. Ellis.
  • Second-language learning and changes in the brain
  • Lee Osterhout ... [et al.]
  • pt. 16. Attention, consciousness, and awareness.
  • Attending to form and content in the input : an experiment in consciousness
  • Bill VanPatten.
  • Attention in cognitive science and second language acquisition
  • Russell S. Tomlin and Victor Villa.
  • Generalizability and automaticity of second language learning under implicit, incidental, enhanced, and instructed conditions
  • Peter Robinson.
  • v. 4.
  • Attention and awareness in SLA
  • Ronald P. Leow and Melissa A. Bowles
  • pt. 17. Individual differences across cognitive abilities.
  • Twenty-five years of research on foreign language aptitude
  • John B. Carroll.
  • Language aptitude measures in streaming, matching students with methods, and diagnosis of learning problems
  • Marjorie Bingham Wesche.
  • Cluster analysis and the identification of learner types
  • The relationship between native and foreign language learning ability : educational and linguistic factors
  • Peter Skehan.
  • Cognition in second language acquisition.
  • L2 working memory capacity and L2 reading skill
  • Michael Harrington and Mark Sawyer.
  • Individual differences in working memory
  • Noticing of interactional feedback, and L2 development
  • Alison Mackey ... [et al.]
  • pt. 15. Foundational themes.
  • The role of consciousness in second language learning
  • Richard W. Schmidt.
  • Measuring implicit and explicit knowledge of a second language : a psychometric study
  • Rod Ellis.
  • Frequency effects in language processing : a review with implications for theories of implicit and explicit language acquisition
  • Second language discourse : a Vygotskyan perspective
  • William Frawley and James P. Lantolf.
  • Same task, different activities : analysis of an SLA task from an activity theory perspective
  • Peter Coughlan and Patricia A. Duff.
  • Languaging, agency and collaboration in advanced second language proficiency
  • Merrill Swain
  • pt. 20. Conversation analysis for SLA.
  • The discursive accomplishment of normality : on 'lingua franca' English and conversation analysis
  • Alan Firth.
  • Developmental issues in second language conversation
  • v. 5.
  • Catherine E. Brouwer and Johannes Wagner
  • pt. 21. Sociocultural educational perspectives.
  • Social identity, investment, and language learning
  • Bonny Norton Peirce.
  • Multiple discourses, multiple identities : investment and agency in second-language learning among Chinese adolescent immigrant students
  • Sandra Lee McKay and Sau-Ling Cynthia Wong.
  • Pop culture and ESL students : intertextuality, identity, and participation in classroom discussions
  • Patrica A. Duff.
  • From the "good kids" to the "worst" : representations of English language learners across educational settings
  • Linda Harklau.
  • Social dimensions of L2 learning.
  • The role of learner subjectivity in second language sociolinguistic competency : western women learning Japanese
  • Meryl Siegal.
  • Alice doesn't live here anymore : foreign language learning and identity reconstruction
  • Celeste Kinginger.
  • Artifacts and cultures-of-use in intercultural communication
  • Steven L. Thorne
  • pt. 18. Theoretical contributions.
  • On discourse, communication, and (some) fundamental concepts in SLA research
  • Alan Firth and Johannes Wagner.
  • A reality check for SLA theories
  • Shikaripur N. Sridhar
  • pt. 19. Vygotskian sociocultural theory of mind and L2 learning.
  • Jessica Williams
  • pt. 23. Types of instruction.
  • Input processing and second language acquisition : a role for instruction
  • Bill VanPattern and Teresa Cadierno.
  • Grammar and task-based methodology
  • Lester Loschky and Robert Bley-Vroman.
  • Beyond explicit rule learning : automatizing second language morphosyntax
  • Robert M. Dekeyser.
  • Recasts as feedback to language learners
  • Howard Nicholas, Patsy M. Lightbrown and Nina Spada.
  • v. 6.
  • Focus on form : theory, research, and practice
  • Michael H. Long and Peter Robinson.
  • Does type of instruction make a difference? Substantive findings from a meta-analytic review
  • John M. Norris and Lourdes Ortega
  • pt. 24. Optimal L2 instruction.
  • Principles of instructed language learning
  • Rod Ellis.
  • Second language accent and pronunciation teaching : a research-based approach
  • Tracey M. Derwing and Murray J. Munro.
  • Instructed second language vocabulary learning : the fault in the 'default hypothesis'
  • Second language acquisition and instruction.
  • Batia Laufer.
  • The role of instruction in learning second language pragmatics
  • Gabriele Kasper and Kenneth R. Rose
  • pt. 22. Classroom processes.
  • Differences in the communicative orientation of L2 classrooms
  • Maria Fröhlich, Nina Spada and Patrick Allen.
  • Corrective feedback and learner uptake : negotiation of form in communicative classrooms
  • Roy Lister and Leila Ranta.
  • Learner-generated attention to form
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
6 volumes
Isbn
9780415450232
Isbn Type
(v. 3 : alk. paper)
Lccn
2010019235
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other control number
99944745443
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (OCoLC)612963897
  • (OCoLC)ocn612963897

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